• Evaluation of the Effect of Hydroxyzine on Preoperative Anxiety and Anesthetic Adequacy in Children: Double Blind Randomized Clinical Trial 

      Aleo, Esther; López Picado, Amanda (1); Joyanes Abancens, Belén; Soto Beauregard, Carmen; Tur Salamanca, Nuria; Esteban Polonios, Carmen; Torrejón, María José; González Perrino, Carlos; Rivas, Ana; Arias, Eva; Rodríguez, Diamelis; Rivas, Mª. Ángeles; Rodríguez Rojo, Marina Laura; Fernández García, Patricia; Rodríguez Alarcón, Jaime; San Pedro de Urquiza, Borja (Hindawi Limited, 2021)
      Surgical procedures can generate significant preoperative anxiety (POA) in as much as 70% of the paediatric population. The role of hydroxyzine and distractive techniques such as clowns in the management of anxiety is ...
    • New sars-cov-2 variants challenge vaccines protection 

      Soriano, Vicente (1); Fernandez-Montero, José V. (AIDS Reviews, 2021)
      By the end of February 2021, roughly 115 million people worldwide had been infected with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and more than 2.5 million had died. Uneasily, the coronavirus disease ...
    • Of Rats and People: A Select Comparative Analysis of Cue Competition, the Contents of Learning, and Retrieval 

      Rosas, Juan M; Gámez, A Matías; León, Samuel P (1); González Tirado, Gabriel; Nelson, J Byron (International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 06/2017)
      Select literature regarding cue competition, the contents of learning, and retrieval processes is summarized to demonstrate parallels and differences between human and nonhuman associative learning. Competition phenomena ...
    • PyDSLRep: A domain-specific language for robotic simulation in V-Rep 

      Jimenez, Andres C.; Anzola, John; Garcia-Díaz, Vicente; González-Crespo, Rubén (1); Zhao, Liping (PLoS ONE, 07/2020)
      Calculating forward and inverse kinematics for robotic agents is one of the most time-intensive tasks when controlling the robot movement in any environment. This calculation is then encoded to control the motors and ...
    • The Effect of Additional Exposure to the Unique Features in a Perceptual Learning Task Can Be Attributed to a Location Bias 

      Recio, Sergio; Iliescu, Adela; Berges, German; Gil-Nájera, Marta (1); de Brugada, Isabel (Journal of Experimental Psychology-Animal Learning and Cognition, 04/2016)
      It has been suggested that human perceptual learning could be explained in terms of a better memory encoding of the unique features during intermixed exposure. However, it is possible that a location bias could play a ...